"Pawlatschen", 1871-1873 and 1877
Palace Leitenberger, Vienna I., Parkring 16
k. k. Albert Milde
During the building of typical for Vienna "Pawlatschen", opened corridors above the yard were often used cast iron girders supported by stone plates like for example in Palace Mayr-Melnhof, Operngasse 4, which has been built from 1862 to 1864. Later on, plate girder between corridor sides and mill bars, supporting the corridor were used. As an example, the construction of Rudolfshof, built in 1871/72 might be mentioned. The "Pawlatschen" were built as opened or closed corridors. Opened ones were used due to climatic reasons, and closed ones in order to win more living place. The especially beautiful example is the "Pawlatsche", built by Albert Milde in 1877 in Palace Leitenberger.